Tecumseh Family Dental Mouth Guard Clinic – 2023

Every year, Family Dental Clinics proudly hosts the ‘Fight Like Mason Mouthguard Event’ in support of the Fight Like Mason Foundation. Our team crafts custom-fit mouthguards in the iconic FLM colors, providing both protection and a powerful symbol of unity. These exclusive mouthguards, available for $60, not only promote dental health but also contribute to a noble cause.

Keep an eye out for this annual event as we strive to make a difference and champion the Fight Like Mason Foundation’s mission!

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Location: 1614 Lesperance Rd, Windsor, ON N8N 1Y3 Cost: $60 custom-made sports guard Cause: Proceeds donated to Fight Like Mason Foundation Appointments: Call us at (519) 739-2227 or submit the form below to reserve your appointment today! By appointment only. No walk-ins.


     
    According to the American Dental Association (ADA), more than 200,000 oral injuries are prevented each year by wearing a mouthguard. Mouthguards help prevent chipped, broken, and teeth from falling out in sports-related injuries. The National Youth Sports Foundation for Safety reports dental injuries as the most common type of orofacial injury sustained during sports participation. They stated that an athlete is 60 times more likely to sustain damage to the teeth when not wearing a protective mouthguard. Often times these injuries will result in permanent damage to their oral health. We primarily recommend mouthguards for children, teens, and adults who play high-contact sports such as:
    • Hockey
    • Basketball
    • Baseball
    • Soccer
    • Rugby
    • Football
    • Lacrosse
    However, these are not the only sports that can become safer while wearing a mouthguard. Individuals who skateboard, mountain bike, box or martial arts, and weight lift can also benefit from wearing a mouthguard.

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